Soy sauce and sugar, added to a bit of vinegar and oil, stir up into a dandy dressing that tops this broccoli/romaine salad. Lightly toasted ramen noodles and chopped walnuts are sprinkled on before serving.
This is a very good holiday treat the my kids can't get enough of. It combines the sweetness of caramel with the saltiness of pretzels, nuts and popcorn. There is no mess because it is mixed in a large throw-away brown bag!
Make this classic lasagna recipe zestier by using hot Italian sausage or a little milder with regular Italian sausage. Don't be scared off by the long cooking time. The wait is well worth it. It's a great dish to make for a crowd and easy to adjust for varying tastes. The leftovers are even better when reheated the next day.
Garlic and cumin marinated chicken breasts are first seared, then finished in the oven. Once cooked, they are sprinkled with diced mango and avocado, and drizzled with a citrus reduction sauce. Every time I make it someone asks for the recipe.
Dis iz a terrific gumbo recipe, if'n you close your eyes, you'll swear Mama is makin'it fer ya. Feel free to substitute crawdads fer de shrimp. File is optional and is always added off of the heat. Add rice to the center of a large soup bowl, add gumbo. Deeelicious!!!
At the end of the summer everyone tries to give each other extra zucchini from the garden. Use some in this delightful, veggie-packed pork soup, enough to feed a dinner party. Mushrooms, tomatoes, onions and bell peppers make it full-bodied and delicious!